From acclaimed Wall Street Journal columnist Woodlief comes a poignant collection of essays chronicling a heartfelt search for meaning in the wake of tragedy. You'll be moved by this memoir of a couple who loses their precious firstborn daughter to cancer, fights to save their marriage, and finally discovers what home - and God's grace - really mean. Paperback.
Acclaimed columnist Tony Woodlief pens the poignant and powerful story of his search for meaning in the midst of tragedy. When he and his wife lost their adored little girl, his trust in God turned to bitter anger. As he and his wife struggled to save their marriage and his faith, they discovered that home is more than just rooms and a roof. Home is a place where people are sometimes wounded or betrayed. Home is also where God is strong in the broken places. Woodlief takes readers through his house, room by room, showing that home is: Where we cry out to God as we seek him in the small things Where the sacred and the mundane meet The place that makes us better than we could ever be on our own More than the place where we eat and sleep
it is where we learn grace Woodliefs heart-touching stories leavened with humor will appeal to a wide audience, especially those trying to reconcile the idea of a loving God in a broken world.
Tony Woodlief is a writer whose essays on parenting and faith have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The London Times, National Review Online, and WORLD Magazine. His thoughts on faith, children, and McDonalds inability to properly place pickles on a cheeseburger can be found at www.tonywoodlief.com. Tony lives in Kansas with his wife, Celeste, and their four sons: Caleb, Eli, Isaac, and Isaiah.
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